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Shootout at Atlanta Gas Station Caused a Crash: A Man Was Found Dead

Atlanta, Georgia----Two men were shot about 11.30 p.m. Monday in an exchange of gunfire.   The shooting took place outside a Martin Luther King Jr. Drive gas station. Shootout caused a crash overnight when one of the shooters tried to get away.   One got into a car and crashed into another vehicle on a nearby ramp.   When the police arrived at the place of the cras...Read More

We Can’t Lose It: 50,000 Job Openings and $5B Investment Chance for Atlanta

No one could imagine the growth in the economics when New Orleans to be a host for one of the biggest companies in the world with massive new second headquarters and the 50,000 well-paid permanent jobs and 5$ billion in investment. Who needs the headache of all those news people moving in and changing places?   However, how would you feel if the most demanded economic growth program of ...Read More

The Authority Is Free to Charge More Money on Atlanta’s Express Lanes

There is no longer a maximum price limit on Atlanta’s express lanes.   If you drive along one of metro Atlanta’s express lanes, you might need to pay extra.   Previously, the price was based on the time of day and traffic. And the more congestion there was, the higher the price. Good news for drivers! There is no longer a maximum price.   This change is going t...Read More

Shooting of 21-year Old In Downtown Atlanta

Police are looking for a group of four who left behind scooters and a bicycle after a shooting Tuesday on a busy downtown Atlanta street.   Police told the news station that a group of four people confronted the 21-year-old victim outside the Yumm Teriyaki restaurant on Peachtree Street, Tuesday about 10.30 p.m. The man got shot several times .   He managed to run for about t...Read More

The Pledge of Allegiance to be Replaced for Atlanta Elementary Charter School

At Atlanta elementary charter school, students will not recite the Pledge of Allegiance each morning. There was an announcement made in a letter posted on the website for Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School.   Elementary Campus Principle Lara Zelsi wrote the letter which is dated August 7th. She wrote, "One change that we made to our morning meeting agenda this year is that we will n...Read More